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Mario Kart Silver
MKSilver boxart
English logo
Developer(s) Orange Productions,
Nintendo CDG
Publisher(s) Fantendo Publishing Ltd.
Platform(s) Nintendo Silver
Genre(s) Racing
Release Date(s)
Flag of Japan November 6, 2014
Flag of Europe November 7, 2014
Canada November 7, 2014
Flag of USA November 8, 2014
Flag of Australia November 8, 2014
Flag of China November 11, 2014
Mode(s)
1-5 Players (local),
1-12 Players (online)
Age Rating(s)
E for Everyone (ESRB)
Media Included Nintendo Silver optical disc

Mario Kart Silver (Japanese: マリオカート銀 Mario Kart Silver) is a 2014 kart racing video game released for the Nintendo Silver by Orange Productions. According to Orange Productions, the game is the largest one in the series yet, taking advantage of Nintendo Silver's functions and hard drive. The game is set to be released in November 2014.

The game is able to connect with Mario Kart: Mad Dash in order to unlock new courses and characters in both titles. Additionally, several downloadable packs will be released by Orange Productions, and can be downloaded via the Mario Kart Channel that automatically downloads once Mario Kart Silver, or the later, Mario Kart: Mad Dash, are played.

A course creator was planned for the game, though it was unimplemented due to time constraints. It was later implemented in Mario Kart: Mad Dash.

Gameplay

The game plays similarly to other Mario Kart titles: using items scattered around the track, players and computer-controlled opponents must race around the track, avoiding obstacles and items gained from Item Boxes to win. Depending on the game mode, various different things can be won:

  • In Classic GP and Grand Prix mode, players win points that go towards their total. The racer with the highest total at the end of the cup, wins.
  • In Time Trials mode, players must race against time for the fastest possible outcome. They can do this alone ("1TT"), with others locally ("LTT") or against ghosts of the highest ranked on the Online Leaderboards ("OlTT").
  • Depending on the battle mode, players can win differently. Each time, players' scores get tallied, allowing for tournament or versus-style challenges.

Grand Prix

In Grand Prix mode, players must race in a cup of their choice, containing four cups. Points are awarded depending on the places that the player places in, and the person with the largest number of points at the end of all four races, wins. This is the mode where almost everything is unlocked.

This mode can not be played with more than two players.

Classic GP

In Classic GP mode, which is unlocked by getting gold (completing) all Mirror Mode cups, players race in a way similar to the original Grand Prix mode. Unlike in Grand Prix mode, all glider, underwater and zero gravity locations are removed, making it similar to older Mario Kart titles.

With more than one player, players can set the usual "Versus" mode to "Classic Versus", which acts the same as Classic GP.

Time Trials

Players race against time on a course of their choice. Racing against no one, or a ghost (of a "staff ghost" - Nintendo employee, another player on the same system, or an "expert staff ghost" - another Nintendo employee). Beating the normal "staff ghost" by more than 7 seconds, will unlock the expert staff ghost for that course.

Versus

Versus Mode is a returning mode from previous installments of the series. Like in Mario Kart Wii, Versus Mode is the main playable mode for multiplayer, and includes the ability to customise the races in various ways, being able to choose how tough the computers are, should there even be computers, the number of laps, the number of computers, should hazards be on, the items that can be obtained (either balanced, strategic, aggressive or none, though there is a custom option as well), Classic Versus mode and Elimination Mode.

Elimination Mode

Elimination Mode is a new mode available to be played in Versus Mode. Elimination, as it's name states, eliminates the person in last place upon completing a lap, making it a battle to stay in first place. Additionally, players can also choose to have an "Afterlife" mode, in which, should the characters be eliminated, they are able to continue driving around - though Lakitu does not bother them unless they fall off the course - to confuse opponents and hit them with items.

Battle Mode

Battle Mode, a somewhat popular game mode present in all incarnations of Mario Kart, returns in Mario Kart Silver, and introduces various new game types to choose from. All battle modes are won by the team - or person, as it is possible in some game modes to remove teams - with the most points.

Balloon Blast

Japanese: バルーンファイト Balloon Fight

In Balloon Blast, racers must use items to pop the balloons of the other racers. Popping a balloon earns the team/person a point. The higher the number of points one has, the less common rare items become. Additionally, the Lightning Bolt - only available to people with 0 points - will pop on balloon from everyone, and acts as the "Golden Snitch" of the game. Getting all of your balloons popped will result in the person popping the final balloon getting 2 points instead of one, and the racer will respawn with three new ones.

This game mode can be played in either team or single player mode.

Coin Runners

Japanese: コインコレクター Coin Collectors

In Coin Runners, racers must race around the battle arena collecting coins. Hitting other players will result in them losing half of their coins, with them either spilling out of them, or flying away to respawn somewhere else on the map. In the beginning of the game, there are 50 coins that are spawned, meaning the most coins a person/team can get is 50. The number of coins is totalled for the entire team in team battles.

This game mode can be played in either team or single player mode.

Bob-Omb Army

Japanese: 爆風 Bomb Blast

In Bob-Omb Army, racers can only obtain Bob-Omb items, and must blow up five people to win. Successfully blowing someone up will result in obtain one point (for every person caught in the blast), while being hit by a bomb will result in losing a point. This game mode can only be played with players, and is quite hectic online.

There are no teams in this mode.

Flagpole Jumpers

Japanese: フラッグポールを取り込む Capture the Flagpole

In Flagpole Jumpers, teams must stay in certain zones in order to gain points. Teams gain 2 points every five seconds per person in the zone. Every zone that spawns (there are five in total) gives a two minute countdown for the other team to attempt to capture it. Whoever has the most players in the zone as the countdown ends will gain an additional 20 points, and their team's colour will be put onto the flag on the flagpole. The team with the most flags at the end, wins the entire game.

Being hit by an item while in a zone will result in your character respawning. Additionally, as the game keeps track of every player's points separately, the player with the least amount of points will be able to obtain better items, including the thunder bolt and POW block.

This mode can only be played online. Additionally, teams must be enabled in this game.

Knockout

Japanese: 排泄バトル Elimination Battle

In Knockout, racers must use items to attack the other racers. The winner is the last person standing in the game, as players are eliminated upon being hit by an item (although there is a ten second grace period before the game starts). In this mode, there are no items that directly target other players (i.e. Tweetser, Red Shell, Blue Shell...), and, should one be acquired through hacking, will not count as a kill, and instead as an "out of bounds". Falling off a stage, or getting put out of bounds will result in the character respawning, additionally, people who do not move for longer than five seconds will have a waypoint above their head.

There are no teams in this mode.

Characters

Default Characters

Lightweight Characters:
NSMBWiiUToad
Toad
StarStar
MP7 Toadette
Toadette
StarStar
Babymariositting
Baby Mario
Star
BabyLuigibeinghimself
Baby Luigi
Star
KoopaTroopaMP9
Koopa Troopa
StarStar
Red Lakitu MK7
Lakitu
Star
Middleweight Characters:
Mario-SM3DW
Mario
StarStarStar
Luigi Artwork (alt) - Super Mario 3D World
Luigi
StarStarStar
Princess Peach Artwork - Super Mario 3D World
Peach
StarStar
Yoshi Happy YBA
Yoshi
StarStar
250px-MP8 Birdo
Birdo
StarStarStar
DiddyKongReturns
Diddy Kong
StarStar
Heavyweight Characters:
Bowser HUGE
Bowser
StarStarStarStarStar
DK Strong
Donkey Kong
StarStarStarStarStar
LazyWario
Wario
StarStarStarStar
250px-WaluigiMP8a
Waluigi
StarStarStar
King Boo MMWii
King Boo
StarStarStarStar
Wiggler MK7
Wiggler
StarStarStarStar
Other Characters:
Miis
Mii
StarStarStar

Unlockable Characters

Lightweight Characters:
Baby Peach (MKW)
Baby Peach
Star
BabyDaisySelectMKW
Baby Daisy
Star
ShyGuy
Shy Guy
StarStar
180px-Paratroopa
Koopa Paratroopa
Star
DRY
Dry Bones
StarStar
Big Boo NSMBDIY
Boo
StarStar
Goomba New
Goomba
StarStarStar
Toadsworth2
Toadsworth
StarStar
Middleweight Characters:
Daisy MK7
Daisy
StarStar
Bowserjr MP9
Bowser Jr.
StarStar
MushroombanditNSMBU
Nabbit
StarStarStar
NokiShell
Noki
StarStarStar
Mona3D
Mona
StarStarStar
DixieKong
Dixie Kong
StarStar
Kamek Suprised
Kamek
StarStarStar
E Gadd Solo LM2
E. Gadd
StarStar
Heavyweight Characters:
Rosalina MK7
Rosalina
StarStarStar
Super mario Bros Petey
Petey Piranha
StarStarStarStarStar
DRYBONESBOWSER
Dry Bowser
StarStarStarStar
MP9 Big Bob-Omb
King Bob-Omb
StarStarStarStarStar
PiantaTree
Pianta
StarStarStarStarStar
CrankyKong
Cranky Kong
StarStarStar
SM3DL Boom Boom Solo Art
Boom Boom
StarStarStarStar
PunpunSolo
Pom Pom
StarStarStarStar

Unlocking Criteria

Character Criteria
Baby Peach Complete 50cc Coin Cup
Baby Daisy Complete 50cc Special Cup
Shy Guy Complete 100cc Star Cup
Koopa Paratroopa Complete 50cc Hammer Cup
Dry Bones Complete 100cc Special Cup
Boo Complete 100cc Hammer Cup
Goomba Complete 150cc Special Cup
Toadsworth Play Time Trials on all Nitro Courses
Daisy Complete 50cc Leaf Cup
Bowser Jr. Complete 100cc Lightning Cup
Nabbit Complete 100cc Boomerang Cup
Noki Unlock 24 Expert Staff Ghosts
Mona Complete Mirror Pipe Cup
Dixie Kong Complete Mirror Boomerang Cup
Kamek Unlock all Retro Staff Ghosts
E. Gadd Unlock 16 Expert Staff Ghosts
Rosalina Complete Mirror Special Cup
Petey Piranha Complete Mirror Lightning Cup
Dry Bowser Complete 150cc Lightning Cup
King Bob-Omb Play Time Trials on all Retro Courses
Pianta Unlock 8 Expert Staff Ghosts
Cranky Kong Complete Mirror Leaf Cup
Boom Boom Complete Mirror Hammer Cup
Pom Pom Complete Mirror Coin Cup

Downloadable Characters

Three $2 character packs will be released, along with the ability to download a free pack from Mario Kart: Mad Dash, and another free pack containing Bowser's seven Koopalings.

Surprise Pack:
MIPSSME
MIPS
StarStar
Whittle
Whittle
Star
Ashley SSB4
Ashley
StarStarStar
HammerBroNSMBU
Hammer Bro.
StarStarStar
Kritter SM3DW
Kritter
StarStarStarStarStar
Pauline full
Pauline
StarStarStarStar
Heroes Pack:
BabyWario
Baby Wario
StarStar
BabyDK
Baby Donkey Kong
StarStar
Timber
Timber the Tiger
StarStar
NeilMGAT
Neil
StarStarStar
R.O.B.
R.O.B.
StarStarStarStarStar
GameandWatchBell
Mr. Game & Watch
StarStarStarStar
Villains Pack:
Shroob3D
Shroob
Star
KoopaKid-MiniBowser
Koopa Kid
StarStar
Dimentio3DbyHalf
Dimentio
StarStarStar
MouserByJoeAdok
Mouser
StarStarStar
MetalMarioMK7Solo
Metal Mario
StarStarStarStarStar
Antasma Form
Antasma
StarStarStarStarStar
Koopaling Pack:
Ludwig Von Koopa 3D
Ludwig von Koopa
StarStarStar
502px-RoyNSMBU
Roy Koopa
StarStarStar
Wendy O Koopa 3D
Wendy O. Koopa
StarStarStar
MortonNSMBU
Morton Koopa Jr.
StarStarStar
IggyNSMBU
Iggy Koopa
StarStar
Lemmy Koopa 3D
Lemmy Koopa
Star
NSMBULarry
Larry Koopa
Star

Stat Bonuses

All characters in the game give vehicles different status bonuses, although there will always be one positive (i.e. increase in speed), and one negative (i.e. decrease in handling).

Character Stat Changes
Speed Acceleration Handling Off-Road Drift Boost
Toad -1 0 +1 +1 0 -1
Toadette +1 +1 0 -1 0 -1
Baby Mario 0 +1 +1 -1 -1 0
Baby Luigi +1 0 -1 0 -1 +1
Koopa Troopa 0 -1 0 +1 0 0
Lakitu +2 0 -1 -1 0 0
Mario 0 0 0 0 0 0
Luigi +2 -1 -1 0 0 0
Peach -2 +1 +1 0 0 0
Yoshi +1 0 0 +1 -2 0
Birdo -1 +1 +1 0 0 -1
Diddy Kong 0 0 -1 +1 0 0
Bowser -2 0 +1 +1 0 0
Donkey Kong -1 0 0 +1 +1 -1
Wario 0 -2 0 0 0 +2
Waluigi 0 0 +2 0 -2 0
King Boo 0 0 -2 +2 0 0
Wiggler 0 -1 +1 +1 0 -1
Male Mii 0 +1 -1 +1 0 -1
Female Mii +1 0 +1 -1 -1 0
Character Stat Changes
Speed Acceleration Handling Off-Road Drift Boost
Baby Peach -1 +1 -1 0 0 +1
Baby Daisy +1 -1 +1 0 0 -1
Shy Guy 0 -1 +1 +1 -1 0
Koopa Paratroopa 0 +2 -1 0 -1 0
Dry Bones -1 0 +1 0 0 0
Boo 0 +2 -2 0 0 0
Goomba +1 0 -1 +1 -1 0
Toadsworth -2 0 +1 0 0 +1
Daisy 0 +1 +1 -1 0 -1
Bowser Jr. +2 0 0 0 0 -2
Nabbit 0 0 -2 +1 0 0
Noki 0 +1 0 0 -1 0
Mona +2 -1 0 -1 0 0
Dixie Kong 0 +1 -1 +1 0 -1
Kamek -2 0 +1 0 0 +1
E. Gadd -1 +1 -1 0 +1 0
Rosalina 0 +2 -2 0 0 0
Petey Piranha -2 0 +2 0 0 0
Dry Bowser 0 +1 +1 0 -2 0
King Bob-Omb -1 0 +1 +1 0 -1
Pianta 0 0 -1 +2 0 -1
Cranky Kong -2 0 +2 0 0 0
Boom Boom -1 0 0 +1 0 0
Pom Pom +1 0 0 -1 0 0
Character Stat Changes
Speed Acceleration Handling Off-Road Drift Boost
MIPS +1 0 -1 +1 0 -1
Whittle 0 +1 -1 +1 0 -1
Ashley 0 0 -2 +1 0 +1
Hammer Bro. -2 +1 0 +1 0 0
Kritter 0 +1 -1 +1 -1 0
Pauline -1 0 +1 -1 0 +1
Baby Wario 0 +1 -1 0 -1 +1
Baby Donkey Kong -1 0 +2 0 -1 0
Timber the Tiger 0 +1 -1 +1 0 -1
Neil 0 -1 +1 +1 -1 0
R.O.B. -2 0 +2 0 0 0
Mr. Game & Watch 0 +1 0 0 -1 0
Shroob 0 0 -1 +2 0 -1
Koopa Kid +2 0 -2 0 0 0
Dimentio 0 -1 -1 0 0 +2
Mouser -1 +1 0 0 +1 -1
Metal Mario -2 +1 +1 0 0 0
Antasma +2 -2 0 0 0 0
Ludwig von Koopa 0 +1 +1 0 -1 -1
Roy Koopa +2 0 -1 0 -1 0
Wendy O. Koopa -1 +1 0 0 0 0
Morton Koopa Jr. 0 0 +2 -2 0 0
Iggy Koopa 0 +1 +1 -1 0 -1
Lemmy Koopa 0 -1 -1 +2 0 0
Larry Koopa 0 -1 0 0 0 +1

Racecourses

Nitro Courses

MushroomMK8
Mushroom Cup

Luigi Circuit

A short, simple course that takes place in a pipe field. Players glide high above pipes before landing and repeating.

Mario Circuit

A homage to the courses of Super Mario Kart, a relatively flat course with oil slicks and bordered by a rainbow-block fence. A lake rests in the middle of the course, which players can drive over via a boardwalk, or through.

Blooper Bay

A small fishing cove with Cheep Cheeps bobbing up and down. Players race most of the course underwater, before gliding over a shipwreck, and anti-gravity racing up the side of a cave.

Goomba Heights

A suburban neighbourhood course that has players gliding through billboards and into a koi pond, through a sewer drain, and blasting out of a geyser.

FireFlowerMK8
Flower Cup

Pokey Pyramids

A long course that has racers driving over and around pyramids in an Indiana Jones-like adventure. It is a single, albeit long, lap.

Mushroom Canyon

A racecourse that has players driving down the walls of a large canyon, into a bumpy racecourse, and then back out.

Creepy Manor

A ghost house with various Luigi's Mansion ghosts and disappearing ramps and gliding spots. Around the starting line is a lake of ectoplasm, which the racers can drive through for items.

Mr. Blizzard's Palace

An icy palace that has racers driving in a frozen lake, up icicle stairs and gliding out over a penguin village.

NSMBU Star
Star Cup

Peach Circuit

An anti-gravity track that spirals around the exterior of Peach's Castle, onto the roof, and then has racers dropping down into the castle, and gliding out to the finish line.

Tutankoopa's Temple

A temple in the middle of a desert is a reimagining of Mario Kart 64's Frappe Snowland course.

Lost Ruins

Mossy ruins and falling pillars are introduced to this reimagining of Mario Kart Wii's Coconut Mall track.

Waluigi Arena

A dirt bike course that has players jumping over school buses. On the third lap, a ring of fire appears over the finish line, which racers must glide through.

Hammer
Hammer Cup

Deep Space Race

A course that takes place through an asteroid belt, onto the Comet Observatory, and then onto a rainbow. Similar to Maka Wuhu, this track is only a single, albeit long, lap.

Swooper Mountain

A track that has players driving in and out through caves on the side of a mountain. Upon exiting a cave, players glide across a split in the mountain to get to the next one. The final cave links to the original one.

Ant Trooper Mound

A large, anthill course being patrolled by large Ant Troopers. The course rests in the middle of a large field, with nothing else around it.

Airship Fleet

A course taking place in the skies above the Mushroom World, racers must glide across various Airships, through their maze-like corridors and onto Bowser's main ship in this single lapped course.

CoinSM3DL
Coin Cup

Plessie's River

An underwater course set in the lake in the tropics. Plessie and dolphins can be seen throughout the course. A bridge runs over the underwater course, which players use to get back to the starting line.

Wiggler Forest

A dark forest filled with many caves. It is a reimagining of Mario Kart 64's Bowser Castle course.

Tall Tall Mountain

A spiralling course going around Tall Tall Mountain. Ukikis watch and occasionally wander onto the course, throwing banana peels or stealing item blocks.

Toadstool's Cake

A large cake decorated with cream and strawberries serves as the course. Many strawberries act as jumps, while some icing acts as a somewhat "underwater" part.

Mario's Hat
Special Cup

Toad Farms

Avoiding cows and driving through bales of hay, the course is set in and around a rural farm community, with small houses and a large lake completing the scene.

Snifit Studios

A large movie set with twisting turns and prop cars. Racers must race through various sets, avoiding the props and objects used in the filming, before gliding over in an action movie-esque way.

Bowser's Castle

Similar to Mario Kart Wii's Bowser Castle, the racers must drive through a muddy half-pipe avoiding a robotic Bowser's fireballs, before gliding over pits of fire and avoiding zero-gravity spike traps.

Rainbow Road

Rainbow Road has players riding a rainbow through the stars. Gliding over large starry spins, and having anti-gravity loops makes the road seem more like a roller coaster.


Retro Courses

GreenShell
Shell Cup

Cheep Cheep Beach

Mario Kart DS

Mushroom City

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

Donut Plains 3

Super Mario Kart

Thwomp Ruins

Mario Kart 8

BananaPeel
Banana Cup

Vanilla Lake 2

Super Mario Kart

Toad's Factory

Mario Kart Wii

Maka Wuhu

Mario Kart 7

Banshee Boardwalk

Mario Kart 64

SuperLeaf3D2
Leaf Cup

Wario's Gold Mine

Mario Kart Wii

Choco Island 2

Super Mario Kart

Yoshi Desert

Mario Kart: Super Circuit

Piranha Plant Slide

Mario Kart 7

ThunderboltNoGlow
Lightning Cup

Sunshine Airport

Mario Kart 8

Airship Fortress

Mario Kart DS

Yoshi Valley

Mario Kart 64

Wario Colosseum

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

Green Warp Pipe NSMBU
Pipe Cup

Royal Raceway

Mario Kart 64

Rosalina's Ice World

Mario Kart 7

Electrodome

Mario Kart 8

Broken Pier

Mario Kart: Super Circuit

Boomerang Super Mario
Boomerang Cup

Lakeside Park

Mario Kart: Super Circuit

Cloudtop Cruise

Mario Kart 8

Bowser's Castle

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

Moonview Highway

Mario Kart Wii


Battle Courses

The first three in each column are default courses, while the last three are all unlockable.

Nitro Courses
Retro Courses
Castle Courtyard
The courtyard of Peach's Castle, taken almost directly from Super Mario 64, though with updated textures, and dynamic shading. Set during the evening, Peach's Castle includes various item boxes (both on the roof, and in the castle's courtyard), and features underwater driving in the moat aand the small lake.
NDS Tart Top
Yoshi Park
Set in the middle of an amusement park filled with Yoshi's Island-inspired rides and attractions. Various egg balloons float around the stage, and Yoshis, Birdos, and Shy Guys watch on from the sidelines.
GCN Luigi's Mansion
Rainbow Cruise
A battle course located high in the sky, various magic carpets appear as moving platforms that the item boxes are located on.
3DS Wuhu Town
Comet Observatory
The entirety of the Comet Observatory appears directly the same as in Super Mario Galaxy, though adjusted for kart travel. Various Lumas watch the battle, and, should Rosalina not be participating in the battle, she too will observe. Like in Super Mario Galaxy, racers are unable to drive off the course, as they will be set back on by a magical bubble.
Wii Funky Stadium
Sunshine Villa
A hotel nestled on a small beach in between two large mountains, racers are able to grab items from the underwater shore, or traverse the ground floor of the hotel. Additionally, a small cave is hidden on the side of the course, that players can use to get a lookout position, or glide high above the heads of the arena, to an upper floor of the hotel.
GBA Battle Course 4
Nintendo Land
Nintendo Land appears as the same location as in the game of the same name. Additionally, players can drive up a spiral ramp to get up to the top of the tower that rests in the centre, that contains several item blocks and the ability to glide off.
SNES Battle Course 1

Unlocking Criteria

Battle Course Criteria
Comet Observatory Complete 150cc Star Cup, have Rosalina unlocked
Sunshine Villa Complete 150cc Hammer Cup, have Noki unlocked
Nintendo Land Complete 150cc Coin Cup, have Cranky Kong unlocked
Wii Funky Stadium Complete 150cc Leaf Cup, have Dry Bowser unlocked
GBA Battle Course 4 Complete 150cc Pipe Cup, have Boom Boom unlocked
SNES Battle Course 1 Complete 150cc Boomerang Cup, have Petey Piranha unlocked

Items

The percentage of items refers only to standard 12 racer matches. For less than 12 racer matches, data for rarity of items is subtracted from the middle of the group (i.e. if there are nine players, fourth, fifth and sixth place do not exist in the data). For online 24 player matches, the rarity of items is doubled up (i.e. first and second share the data for first, third and fourth of second, etc.).

The game introduces seven new items, and reintroduces three items previously used as special items in Mario Kart: Double Dash!!. In addition, the Boo item returns, though has been replaced with a Red Boo, due to the former being a playable character.

RedShellMK8
Red Shell
1
Rare
3
Rare
5
Common
7
Common
9
Rare
11
Unavailable
2
Rare
4
Common
6
Common
8
Rare
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
TripleRedShellsMK8
Red Shell Trio
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Rare
7
Rare
9
Common
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Rare
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
GreenShellMK8
Green Shell
1
Common
3
Common
5
Common
7
Rare
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Common
4
Common
6
Common
8
Rare
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
TripleGreenShellsMK8
Green Shell Trio
1
Rare
3
Rare
5
Rare
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Rare
4
Rare
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
BananaMK8
Banana Peel
1
Common
3
Common
5
Rare
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Common
4
Common
6
Rare
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
TripleBananasMK8
Banana Peel Trio
1
Common
3
Common
5
Rare
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Rare
2
Common
4
Rare
6
Rare
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Rare
BlooperMK8
Blooper
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Rare
7
Rare
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Rare
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
BobOmbMK8
Bob-Omb
1
Rare
3
Rare
5
Common
7
Common
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Rare
4
Common
6
Common
8
Common
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
FireFlowerMK8
Fire Flower
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Rare
7
Common
9
Common
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Rare
6
Rare
8
Common
10
Common
12
Rare
Star MK8
Star
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Rare
9
Rare
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Rare
10
Rare
12
Common
LightningBoltMK8
Lightning Bolt
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Rare
12
Rare
BulletBillMK8
Bullet Bill
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Rare
12
Common
SpinyShellMK8
Blue Spiny Shell
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Rare
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Rare
10
Rare
12
Rare
MushroomMK8
Mushroom
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Rare
7
Rare
9
Common
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Rare
8
Common
10
Common
12
Rare
TripleMushroomMK8
Mushroom Trio
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Rare
10
Rare
12
Common
GoldenMushroomMK8
Golden Mushroom
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Rare
12
Rare
POW
POW Block
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Rare
7
Rare
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Rare
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
Pink Boo
Red Boo
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Common
7
Common
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Common
8
Common
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
Whimp
Whimp
1
Rare
3
Rare
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Rare
4
Rare
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
Freezie SM3DW
Freezie
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Common
7
Common
9
Rare
11
Unavailable
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Common
8
Rare
10
Rare
12
Unavailable
Bowser Shell
Bowser Shell
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Rare
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
MegaMushroomSM3DW
Mega Mushroom
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Rare
7
Common
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Rare
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
3D Min Mushroom Art
Mini Mushroom
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Rare
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Rare
12
Rare
DashPepper
Dash Pepper
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Rare
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Rare
Propeller Mushroom
Propeller Mushroom
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Rare
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
YoshiEggNSMBW
Yoshi Egg
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Common
7
Common
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Common
8
Common
10
Rare
12
Common
Fake Block
Fake Item Block
1
Common
3
Common
5
Common
7
Common
9
Rare
11
Unavailable
2
Common
4
Common
6
Common
8
Rare
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
Oil
Oil Barrel
1
Common
3
Common
5
Common
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Common
4
Common
6
Common
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
HeartSMSJ
Heart
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Common
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Common
10
Common
12
Common
SuperLeafSM3DW
Super Leaf
1
Rare
3
Rare
5
Rare
7
Common
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Rare
4
Rare
6
Common
8
Common
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable
Galaxy Tweester
Tweester
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Unavailable
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Unavailable
8
Unavailable
10
Unavailable
12
Rare
Bumperssb4
Bumper
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Common
7
Rare
9
Common
11
Unavailable
2
Unavailable
4
Common
6
Rare
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Unavailable
PottedPiranhaPlantMK8
Piranha Plant
1
Unavailable
3
Unavailable
5
Unavailable
7
Rare
9
Rare
11
Common
2
Unavailable
4
Unavailable
6
Rare
8
Rare
10
Common
12
Common
BoomerangFlowerMK8
Boomerang Flower
1
Rare
3
Rare
5
Rare
7
Common
9
Unavailable
11
Unavailable
2
Rare
4
Rare
6
Common
8
Common
10
Unavailable
12
Unavailable

Vehicles

In the beginning, only the standard pieces are available, though more are unlocked when Coins are collected. A random piece is unlocked once an interval of 15 total coins is hit.

Kart Bodies
Vehicle Part Description
Standard Similar in appearance to the Mario Kart 7 standard kart.
Classic The classic "Pipe Frame" from Mario Kart 64, Super Mario Kart and Mario Kart: Super Circuit.
Wiggler A body shaped - and coloured - like a Wiggler.
Bumper A car resembling the standard kart from the Mario Kart Arcade titles.
Para-Biddybud A body shaped - and coloured - like a Para-Biddybud.
Airship A body shaped like an airship.
Battle Racer A car shaped - and coloured - like the car used by Bowser in World 1 of Super Mario 3D World.
UFO A UFO-shaped car that has racers sitting in the top.
Formula 1 A Formula 1 car body.
Brick Block A Brick Block-like car.
Cloud A cloud styled after Lakitu's.
Cheep Cheep A Cheep Cheep-styled kart.
Wario Car The purple car body, similar to the kart from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
Heart Coach The Heart Coach kart from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
Barrel Train The Barrel Train kart from Mario Kart: Double Dash!!.
Koopa Clown Car The Koopa Klown Kar, based upon it's appearance from New Super Mario Bros. 2.
Bike Bodies
Vehicle Part Description
Standard A standard motorbike, similar to the Mario Kart Wii standard bike.
Condor A bike based upon a Condor.
Log A wooden log, with the racer sitting in a carved out hole in the top.
Dolphin A bike similar to the Dolphin Dasher from Mario Kart Wii
Scooter A scooter styled after the one Mona uses in the WarioWare series.
Wario Bike The Wario Bike, commonly seen in the WarioWare series.
Wand A bike based after the Koopalings' wands.
Zipper The Zipper "kart" from Mario Kart DS.
Polterpup A Polterpup-based bike.
Saxophone A saxophone-based bike, that has players sitting inside the end of the phone.
Bullet Bill A bike based upon a Bullet Bill.
Shooting Star A bike that is similar to the bike of the same name from Mario Kart Wii.
Mach Bike The Mach Bike from Mario Kart Wii.
Goomba A Goomba Tower laying sideways.
Cat A cat that is scratching.
Cactus A cactus-shaped bike frame.
Wheels
Vehicle Part Description
Standard Standard, black rubber wheels.
Coin Golden coins for wheels.
Monster Large, red, monster truck wheels.
Mushrooms Alice in Wonderland-styled Mushrooms.
Air Pads Small air pads that keep the vehicle hovering slightly above the ground.
Balls Small balls styled after the ones Lemmy uses in New Super Mario Bros. U.
Koopa Shells Small Koopa shells.
Wooden Wooden wheels.
Spheres Blue spheres that roll around. They increase handling greatly.
Bubbles Bubbles that decrease handling but increase speed greatly.
Boo Buddies Small boos that have different faces each time they are chosen.
Treads Two tank-like treads on the sides of the vehicle.
Small Small wheels, similar to the "Slick" wheels from Mario Kart 7,
Bike Bicycle wheels.
Gliders
Vehicle Part Description
Standard The Standard glider, that looks similarly to the Mario Kart 7.
Swooper The Swooper glider, similar to the Mario Kart 7 glider.
Peach's Parasol The glider based upon Peach's parasol from Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Sheet A sheet that gets tied to two wires.
P-Wing Two P-Wings connected to a Koopa Shell-shaped glider.

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Trivia

  • Not counting DLC, Mario Kart Silver introduces more new racers than any other game in the series, at 14 (Boo, Goomba, Toadsworth, Nabbit, Noki, Mona, Dixie Kong, Kamek, E. Gadd, King Bob-Omb, Pianta, Cranky Kong, Boom Boom and Pom Pom).
    • Super Mario Kart introduced eight (Mario, Luigi, Peach, Yoshi, Toad, Koopa, Bowser and Donkey Kong Jr.)
    • Mario Kart 64 introduced two (Wario and Donkey Kong)
    • Mario Kart: Double Dash!! introduced 11 (Daisy, Birdo, Toadette, Paratroopa, Baby Mario, Baby Luigi, Waluigi, Bowser Jr., Diddy Kong, Petey Piranha and King Boo)
    • Mario Kart DS introduced two (Dry Bones and R.O.B.; three, counting Shy Guy)
    • Mario Kart Wii introduced five (Baby Peach, Baby Daisy, Rosalina, Funky Kong and Dry Bowser)
    • Mario Kart 7 introduced four (Lakitu, Wiggler, Metal Mario and Honey Queen; five, counting Shy Guy)
    • Mario Kart 8 introduced nine (the seven Koopalings, Pink Gold Peach and Baby Rosalina)
      • Counting DLC packs, Mario Kart 8 ties with Silver's number of new racers, adding in five more (Tanooki Mario, Cat Peach, Link, Villager and Isabelle)
    • Counting DLC, Mario Kart Silver has introduced 30 new racers into the franchise, an additional 16 racers. (MIPS, Whittle, Ashley, Hammer Bro., Kritter, Pauline, Baby Wario, Baby Donkey Kong, Timber the Tiger, Neil, Mr. Game & Watch, Shroob, Koopa Kid, Dimentio, Mouser and Antasma)
  • This is the first game where there are different costumes for some characters. In this case, most generic species characters (i.e. Koopa Troopa or Toad) can be played as by multiple people, as there are multiple costumes for them. These costumes do not change the characters' stats in any way, and only allow for multiple people to choose the same character.
    • Toad has blue capped, yellow capped, green capped and purple capped variants
    • Koopa Troopa has red and yellow variants
    • Lakitu has a green variant
    • Yoshi has blue, red, yellow and orange variants
    • Birdo has red and cyan variants
    • Shy Guy has blue, green and black variants
    • Koopa Paratroopa has green and yellow variants
    • Dry Bones has a Dark Bones variation
    • Boo has a red variation
    • Noki has red and green variations
    • Pianta has pink and yellow variations
    • MIPS has a variation based upon the Star Rabbit
    • Hammer Bro. has Boomerang and Fire variants
    • Kritter has red-brown, blue and black variants
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